Analytics in Action – Kickstart Workshop for Engineers
with Aoife D’Arcy

The term “Analytics” means many different things to different people. Add to this with terms such as Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence and Data Science, and people can often be left confused as to what it all means.

This one-day course will de-mystify analytics, go through the techniques and algorithms used in this area and give concrete examples of how different organisations have used analytics to drive decisions across their organisation. Attention will be given to examples of how Analytics has been applied to area of interest to Engineers.

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Info and Costs

Date : Tuesday 20th April 2021

Time : 9.30am to 4.30pm

Duration : 1 day

Price : €425 discounted to €345 for Engineers Ireland Members

Location : Online Classroom

Should I Attend?

If you’re curious about analytics and keen to understand the benefits it can bring to your work and organisation, then yes! Likewise, maybe you already work alongside an analytics team and just want to know more about what they can do, or how you can work better with them. There are no prerequisites, just an open mind!

What will I Learn?

This one-day course will cover the following key topics through a series of interactive workshop sessions:

  • Introduction to analytics
  • What are the applications of analytics in the area of engineering?
  • Advanced Analytics techniques explained
  • The anatomy of an analytics project
  • The anatomy of an analytics team
  • Understanding analytics outputs and how to use them in business decision making
  • Key pitfalls to watch out for in analytics projects

The Master
Aoife D’Arcy

Aoife is the Co-Founder and CEO of Krisolis. She is an expert in analytics strategy, application, customer insight, fraud, and risk analytics. She’s an experienced trainer, and analytics mentor. She has worked in Ireland and abroad with some of the biggest names in banking, finance, insurance, gaming and manufacturing.